The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development estimates that 40,056 veterans are homeless on any given night. The National Coalition for Homeless Veterans estimates that about 11 percent of the adult homeless population are veterans.
Learn more about our initiatives, programs and workshops to get involved today in making a difference. Visit us at operationtinyhome.org
This is the very first bag I made. It was my sons old hockey jersey. It holds a lot of stuff and a lot of memories. So much around here has changed since that first bag at my kitchen table but I still pull it out and carry it from time to time. #urbanacrescreative
Following the Ice Boat reveal this past June, we received several inquiries about the t-shirts worn by the Ice Boat Committee at the event. The Ice Boat Committee is launching a t-shirt fundraiser — just in time for Christmas! The perfect gift for residents young and old, Island history buffs & Cape lovers of all ages.
All proceeds from t-shirt sales will directly support community events & upcoming historical initiatives in Cape Traverse. A huge thank you to Aaron Reimer for creating this beautiful design that showcases the important PEI history of Cape Traverse. Show your community pride & love of The Cape by sporting one of these historical t-shirts!
👕YOUTH PRICE: $20 (tax included) * 100% cotton & fit true to size
* Navy with white screen print
2-5 Toddler • S (age 6-8) • M (age 10-12) • L (age 14-16) • XL (age 18-20)
👕ADULT PRICE: $25 (tax included) * 100% cotton & fit true to size
* Navy with white screen print
ADULT SIZES: • X SMALL • SMALL • MEDIUM • LARGE
• X-LARGE • 2X LARGE • 3X LARGE
• 4X LARGE • 5X LARGE
All orders must be received by November 15, 2018. Delivery & pick up will be available December 3, 2018.
➡️ HOW TO ORDER:
Message us on Facebook with the size(s) of shirts you wish to order. Email money transfers can be sent directly to: [email protected] Please use the password: ICEBOAT
2. CASH OR CHEQUE
If you wish to pay with cash or cheque, please contact our committee treasurer, Lori Eggert (Muttart). Cheques can be made out to “The Cape Traverse Ice Boat Committee.” Email: [email protected]
We are happy to ship packages out to former “Capers.” Or if you wish to send out a t-shirt as a Christmas gift we will take care of the gift wrap and include a gift card with your personal message. The inclusive price for shipping/packaging within Canada is $20. If you wish to have a shirt shipped outside of Canada, please contact us for pricing.
Thank you in advance for supporting this fundraising campaign for The Cape Traverse Ice Boat Committee. #communitypride#capers#princeedwardisland#capetraverse#peihistory#iceboats#history #1827
I attended St Joseph's School beginning in Year 1, and completing my matriculation in 1980. I studied accounting externally at Uni SA, and have also done some TAFE courses.
I have been a member of the St Mary of the Angels Parish Council and Finance Team for many years, and have organised numerous successful events for them.
Religion and politics don't often sit well together, but both are affected by community.
I believe in family values. I brought up my daughter Johana alone, after the divorce from her father. It is not easy being a single parent, but luckily we had the support of family, and good role models. No one is perfect, and family units come in all shapes and sizes, and I support them all.
I would like to work hard, to motivate our youth to stay in jobs, to help business create jobs, and to keep our children employed locally.
We also need to look after our aged, at the other end of the spectrum. Implementation of the Regional Southern Eyre Peninsula Health Plan would help with these initiatives. Intergenerational family daycare programs are a great way, that the very young are able to bring joy, not just for themselves, but for the elderly too.
Our community is like one big family. We should look after and mentor our youth, our aged, care for our neighbours, and exhibit community pride.
A vote for me, is a vote for family values.
Authorised by Diana Mislov, PO Box 1433, Port Lincoln SA 5606.
We are so proud of our brand-new fire station and engine! Madera County has one of the best fire rescue teams, and we’re thrilled their group will soon be a part of life at Tesoro Viejo. The firetruck is shiny and brand new, and we’re still getting used to seeing our beautiful logo on every outfitted truck. We can't wait to officially welcome our fire rescue team! 🚒🚒🚒
Congratulations to our October Rising Stars of the month: Emma Woolley, RBV; Jose Hernandez, GPA; Luis Bariuan, MVHS; Josh Thompson, TCC; Brian Delgado, VHS; Marilin Rodriguez, AVHS.
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Each year we honor our communities with a Service Day in celebration of “I Give Where I Live.” Monday marked our 13th year partnering with philanthropic organizations across our regions – from Boston to Miami and across Texas – as we further our mission to enrich communities in giving 2,300+ service hours annually. #GiveWhereYouLive#EnrichCommunity#WeAreEDENS
There is no denying that there is strength in numbers. When advocating for your community, it is often best to join forces with your neighboring organizations, churches, businesses, nonprofits, and institutions.
At our Baltimore Learning Collaborative Citywide Capacity Building Conference on October 16, our Coalition Building panel will discuss several different models that demonstrate why it may not be easy but it can be best to work together and support each other's goals and initiatives.
Mike Hilliard, HARBEL Community Organization
John Kyle, State Center Neighborhood Alliance
Karen DeCamp and Lisa O'Reilly, York Road Partnership
Moderator: Becky Lundberg Witt, Community Law Center
Get your tickets now!
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Today we're spotlighting the amazing team at ai3. Keep reading to learn more about the exciting projects they have coming up: ▫️Q: Tell us about the founders of ai3
A: When ai3 was founded in 2004, Lucy Aiken-Johnson, Dan Maas, and Patrick Johnson knew they wanted to create something different.
▫️ Q: What is the mission of ai3?
A: Everything we do at ai3 is built on the idea that the strongest design expresses a client’s purpose, their “why”. This idea of purpose carries through in everything we do: our work, our approach, and our company culture.
▫️ Q: What do you like best about working at Puritan Mill?
A: Our studio is located in the building where they once made the Puritan soap! It is flooded with natural light due the clerestory and warehouse windows. When our clients visit us, they feel our space is welcoming, warm, and rich with history. ▫️Q: What projects are on the horizon for this year?
A: This Fall, Aix restaurant and Tin Tin wine bar will open just down the street in Stockyards Atlanta. The next location of the iconic, soul food restaurant, Busy Bee, will open downtown and Chef Kevin Gillespie’s Cold Beer will open on Atlanta’s Beltline.
▫️Q: Any other exciting updates?
A: Our first opportunity to design BOTH the architecture and interiors of a hotel will open in 2019; the 140-room Hotel Indigo Tallahassee on the campus of FSU. Exciting for our team! Also, we were recently selected to design Microsoft’s Canadian headquarters in Toronto!
A dose of #fairhopezen to put you in a more relaxed state at the end of a long day. For me, this is yet another reminder of why I am blessed to be an #alabamarealtor. To all the #realestateagents out there that love where they live, where they work, where they play and what they sell, shine a light 💡on your communities! Elevate the beauty of your market for the world to see, for #communitypride is infectious.